Surname Saturday: Vines (Tennessee)

Today’s Surname Saturday is for my 2nd great-grandmother, Edna J. Vines (b: 1860).

I know so little information about this line.  Here is my ancestral line through my earliest known Vine ancestor:

1. Elyse Doerflinger


2. Thomas Dugger

3. Sharon Doerflinger (1959-2010)


4. Herbert H. Dugger (1928 – 2003)

5. Nancy J. Rogers (1924-2002)


8. Monroe Dugger (1885-1951)

9. Matilda Clawson (1886-1936)


18. James L. Clawson Jr. (1858-)

19. Edna Jane Vines (1860 – )

Children of James L. Clawson Jr. and Edna Jane Vines include: Sarah M. Clawson (1879), Lillie Clawson (1882), Canada W. Clawson (1884), Matilda Clawson (1886), Rachelle Clawson (1888), Granville Clawson (1893), George W. Clawson (1893), Ray E. Clawson (1901), Jada Clawson (1903), and Thomas Clawson (1905).

38. William Vines (1835 – )

39. Melvina Dugger (1836 – )

The children of William Vines and Melvina Dugger include: Elias Vines (1855), Margaret L. Vines (1855), Thomas Vines (1859), Edna Jane Vines (1860).

If you related to any of these families, please contact me so that we can talk and share information.  We’re probably cousins!

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One response to “Surname Saturday: Vines (Tennessee)

  1. Elyse,
    I just did a quick search on Ancestry.com. Found William in household of Phoebe Vines, a widow (yes, it was nice and stated it), in 1850 in Johnson County, TN. The 1840 census showed that Elias Vines was the most likely candidate in Johnson County to be the father. I then located the marriage record of Elias Vines to Pheby Duncan 23 Jul 1829 in Carter County on Ancestry.com. Hope that helps!

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